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Another week with Madoka?! Had Madoka Kaname known of the tragic transformation that would mark the end of her magical-girl journey, how would her story have unfolded? In this telling of her story, Madoka remembers the outcomes of her previous timelines--but so does Kyubey. Even with the knowledge of her previous lives, can Madoka outmaneuver Kyubey and avoid her fate?...

Title : Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Homura's Revenge!, Vol. 1
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ISBN : 9780316344876
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
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Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Homura's Revenge!, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Natasha
    2019-03-13 08:20

    Two stars only because the art is very good. Otherwise, it ruins a great premise with out of character nonsense. Everyone has the idiot ball!It seems like the author didn't even pay terribly close attention to why certain events (view spoiler)[occurred in the TV timeline. It tries to present Charlotte killing Mami as an inevitability, missing the point that Mami only lost because she was so overjoyed by Madoka's decision to become a magical girl. After Mami died in the TV timeline, Homura is shocked because Mami won against Charlotte every time they fought in other timelines. (hide spoiler)]

  • Eden Grey
    2019-03-04 06:10

    BEST one of the Madoka spin-off series so far.

  • Mehsi
    2019-03-15 08:17

    This was pretty fun and interesting time line.

  • Lee Ann
    2019-02-26 05:23

    You'd think I'd be tired of reading alternate storylines about these kickass ladies by now, but nope, I'm still eating it up. Homura's Revenge is yet another adventure into the past, this time with Homura finding a loophole in which, as long as she's holding on to someone else--in this case, Madoka--that person can travel in time with her. Now Madoka remembers everything that is fated to happen to Mami, Sayaka, and Kyoko; she knows that Homura has time travel powers that she wished for in order to save her.And that should, hypothetically, change everything.The artwork in this spin-off manga is different than it's been in the past. It's a little bolder and a little clearer, and honestly I like it a little better, even if it's more cartoon-y. Kyubey is more comical than usual as well, but still just as creepy and conniving.5/5 stars, of course, and a place on the favorites shelf. I'm looking forward to the second installment.

  • Stacy
    2019-02-19 08:28

    I found this okay. I like the premise and I'm a fan of the show so seeing it twisted around seemed extra promising. Still, I felt that the creative team could have done more. The characters ended up having an opportunity to rewrite their destiny but had their actions forced into the same though their meddling. And while that in itself is a powerful message of the futility of their journey, it came across as being too similar to the original to be new. I still purchased the series for myself and another set for a friend. It just didn't turn out to be as unique as I hoped it would be.

  • Jessica
    2019-03-17 07:28

    We've got another timeline! In the aftermath of a timeline that looks a lot like the final timeline (I guess to avoid introducing a new series of events), Homura takes Madoka back in time and Kyubey tags along. All three remember the events of the past week.This is an interesting concept, but it doesn't do a lot for me until the end. (view spoiler)[When Sayaka and Kyoko belive that Homura is responsible for Mami's death at the maw of Charlotte and begin a race against each other to avenge their mentor. (hide spoiler)] Homura hasn't redeemed her character to me since Rebellion. Madoka's passiveness is grating here, where she knows more information about the magical girl system than the others, and her view of the other girls isn't tainted by disappoint with them in previous times (Homura's view of Mami). Madoka's new knowledge isn't put to use until (view spoiler)[the fight with Charlotte (hide spoiler)] which gives her some good moments trying to put off the inevitable. One big issue I have is that Madoka and Homura don't start by trying to avoid Mami distrusting Homura. Homura knows that Madoka knows not to make a contract, so trying to kill Kyubey isn't necessary.Kyubey is interesting. While he is just as calculating and capable of finding a way to benefit from anything, he has some more depth. He is really fond of Mami and claims to be upset that she is killed...even though in the Anime he says for his kind, emotions are considered a mental illness.The art is cute and close to the style in canon and most of the rest of the manga series.

  • Jaja888
    2019-03-05 10:27

    An interesting take on Homura's endless time looping, and a great premise gone to waste. Madoka being able to REMEMBER a previous timeline would change the entire anime and every character's motivations, especially Homura. Unfortunately for the reader, something seems to be pushing the writer along very quickly so the changes to Madoka's memories don't really have an effect on the story. By the end of this volume, Mami has still been eaten by Charlotte, Sayaka is still a magical girl, and is about to fight Kyoko again. Nothing has changed. If the Magica Quartet was going for a moral about the futility of struggling in life, then they have failed. Episodes 10-12 of the anime did a much better job of driving this point home and in a more emotionally satisfying way. I won't be reading Volume 2. If it's going to play out the same way as every other timeline in the anime, why bother?

  • Feliza Casano
    2019-02-24 10:14

    Of the “alternate timeline” spinoffs, Homura’s Revenge is pretty solid. Because of the nature of the manga’s placement in the overall timeline of the franchise, there’s really no avoiding knowing exactly how it will end: Homura will once again fail to stop Madoka Kaname from becoming a magical girl, they will be separated once more, and Homura will have to start over again. Because of that, this two-volume series’ appeal isn’t in the ending, but in how the reader gets there.(Full review at Girls in Capes.)

  • Briana
    2019-03-22 06:15

    4.5 stars

  • S
    2019-03-13 04:10

    What if Madoka has memories of the previous timeline? Is fate fixed like H G well the time machine? Houmra has failed many times before, so will Madoka make a difference?

  • Daniela
    2019-03-16 05:13

    A silly little read enjoyed by my preteen.

  • Samantha
    2019-03-14 09:21

    I totally had been throwing around the idea of "if Madoka remembered when Homura restarted". In this one, I was extremely frustrated with Mami and Sayaka. THEY ARE TRYING TO SAVE YOU!

  • Ashlee
    2019-02-22 10:28

    Great for fansI loved this such a good story a must for any fan of the series especially silly fans of Homura